Whakarewarewa Forest, within the Rotorua Region of the North Island
Whakarewarewa Forest, within the Rotorua region is home to a sprawling forest of Redwoods, passing on a little nostalgia for the PNW
Meaning "sacred waters," this geothermal area and the Champagne Pool show off New Zealand's volcanic volatility
The sulfuric Emerald Pools are a picturesque scene on the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, a must-do day hike if you find yourself on the North Island around Lake Taupo.
A short drive outside of Wellington and into the woods
Tongariro National Park, the oldest NP in New Zealand, highlights the dynamic influence in which volcanic activity within the country has structured the landscape.
Views of the Emerald Lakes beyond from the summit of Mount Ngauruhoe
Driving up the West Coast from Wellington and into the Kapiti regions
Ngatarawa Winery, within the Hawkes Bay region of the North Island
Panorama from the summit of the infamous Mount Doom, climb at your own risk